‘Girls Night In’ Star Skylar Benton Dishes On Her New Horror Short Film | StudioJake

Film actress Skylar Benton joins StudioJake to discuss her new horror short film “Girls Night In,” which has made waves at Screamfest, Cannes, Shockfest, London Int’l Short Film Festival, and is gearing up for Tribeca Film Festival as it heads to New York City. With all of the talk about it, it is sure to turn some heads… right off.

“Girls Night In” is Skylar Benton’s first major role in a short film. We discuss her acting style and what it was like working on the set of a horror movie.

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About Skylar Benton:

“With her debut lead acting role in the much buzzed about short horror film “Girls Night In” ingénue Skylar Benton is poised to take Hollywood by storm. “Girls Night In” has already won multiple awards and has participated in such esteemed festivals as Screamfest, Cannes, Shockfest, and the London Int’l Short Film Festival. “Girls Night In” is having their official New York premiere at this year’s prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in June 2022. As one of the two leads, Sklar plays the pivotal role of Delany. Already a highly in-demand dancer and model, Skylar has performed as a lead burlesque dancer opposite the legendary Dita Von Teese and is currently touring internationally in Australia with the five-star reviewed show, Blanc de Blanc ENCORE! which has had sold out seasons at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Sydney Opera House.”

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